First things first; agility is a sport that not many people have heard of, but that most dog lovers will most likely appreciate. The sport is meant to prove a dog’s discipline and willingness to work with his owner in a wide array of situations. Dogs who are good at this sport are usually very intuitive, disciplined and have a strong bond with their handler.
Agility is before all an athletic event that requires conditioning, extreme concentration, hours of training and a dog’s ability to work as part of a team. As you can see, it’s definitely no walk in the park, and dogs that have come to master this sport are extremely intelligent animals.
In the video below, you’ll get to see one of the best agility course participant there is, and what he can do will surely leave you speechless. Well, kind of. The English Mastiff goes through the obstacle course a bit slow, but for a dog his size, this is as agile as it gets.
Well, he may not be the fastest, but he’s surely one of the most relatable dogs in the competition. I mean, that’s how many of us feel after starting to work out again after a vacation for instance.